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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1969

mm W*dn«tday, November 12, 1969 PAGE 3—THI CAMPUS CHAT * * * ♦ I 4 # 4 * 1 # fc 4 ft f • 4 ♦ 4 ♦ * * 7 # I ** |.v •v? 'Ml J Musical Happening Finds Success Student Editor Interprets New, Old Sounds Setting Their Sights for San Diego NTSU's eight cheerleaders are asking Denton merchants and the Chamber of Commerce to help them raise funds to send themselves to the NT-San Diego game in San Diego, Nov. 22. They're also asking the fraternities and sororities on campus to give $15 each for the cause. Anyone wishing to do- nate to the cheerleaders' trip may deposit the money in care of the NTSU cheerleaders at Denton's First State Bank. By KEITH STETSON Chat Reporter If you have ever watched a chameleon at a light show, then you are prepared to read Musical Happening. Both tend to be changeable. MH is a changing paper—more accu- rately a creative paper and as such, it is an open page for creativity in all media. Editor Jim Siddons, NT senior from Dallas, might smile at that all-encom- pas...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1969

K f: v, r1 'V ' f-,' PAG14—THC CAMPUS CHAT Wednesday, November 12, 1969 Ramsey, Eagles Shock Shockers Let Me Clean Your Cleats, Sir A Wichita defender makes a last-ditch effort to stop flanker Ronnie Shanklin at the goal line. It was all to no avail as the hapless Shockers fell 47-0. Shanklin hauled in two Steve Ramsey TD passes during the afternoon. — Photo by Kodo P Missouri Valley Report RESULTS North Texas 47. Wichita State 0 Houston 47, Tulsa 14 Memphis State 37. So. Mississippi 7 Drake 21, Arkansas State 21 Cincinnati 31. Louisville 21 SPOTLIGHTS MEMPHIS. < AP)—Memphis Stale, re- lying mainly on the grinding ground game it has developed over the past few weeks, held Southern Mississippi scoreless until the final 25 seconds Saturday night and ripped off a 37-7 football win. The Southerners lone score came on a five-yard pass from Hick Donegan to split end Billy Midel and John Hale added the extra point. Previously, the closest the Southerners got to pay dirt was to the eight...

Publication Title: Campus Chat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1969

PA015—THI CAMPUS CHAT tW W*dn«tday, November 12, 1969 Covered walks from parking araas to entrance portals k ► ' i * ► ♦ > *• i ^ * ► * *> * ♦ i A I * ► * I I • ' + 9 I I* I 0 I * * ' ♦ « * P> i * 0 > f Clean, specious rest- rooms and well lo- cated water fountains reflect stadium s max- Stadium features an abundance of strate- gically located con- cession stands Acres of carefully planned, well-lighted, parking facilities Sell out crowds can be ac- commodated quickly Safe, silent escalators whisk spectators to Upper Concourse Entrance portal* to stand* provide rapid, easy acce** to all aeat*. and are at the seme level as the park- Average of 22 seat* between aid** Moet stadium* have 30 or more Comfortable theatre- type Mating through- out the stadium (in- cluding all end tone seats) The advance design of the aculpturad open dome permits games to be played under any weather conditions. Direct freeway accees facilitate* rapid eta- dium arrival and de- parture * i,' f*M * ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 November 1969

PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT ™*..,... «? <i ™ i I Wednesday, November 12, 1969 m iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw ■ H ' "S Hpi|KHB||gj llll!llllllllllllll!lll!llllllll!llll!lllllllll!llli:!!ll!l!!llllllllllllllll!ll!l!l!IIIIIIIIIIHIIIII1llllllllllll- Happiness is Homecoming A hot November sun teamed up with participant s'smiles to warm specta- tors during Saturday's Homecoming activities. Members of Angel Flight, left, step through the parade route, while cheerleaders of a local high school, right, wave to the crowds along the way. In the above picture, Homecoming Queen runner-ups Nicky Wilson, left, and Pam Matthews, right, brighten Fouts Field during the North Texas State-Wichita State foot- ball battle. IIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllll Around the Campus PRESIDENT JOHN J. KAMERICK was nominated for the 12th Alexander Meiklejohn Award by the local chapter of the American Association of University Professors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1969

I : t O S * Inside "The Guest" Comes to NT Tuesday — Page 3 Hurricanes Blow Against Eagles Saturday — Page 4 The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1969 NO. 17 In The News This Week Police Seek New Lead To Post Office Break-In Denton police are continuing their in- vestigation into the breaking and entering of the NTSU post office Monday night. Capt. Robert Mills, assistant chief, said that a pane of glass in the bottom of the west door was broken, and this was ap- parently the way entry was gained. Exit could have been made from any of the other doors as all doors in the post office work on the storm latch system. This means that they can be opened from the inside, but not from the outside. Nothing was reported missing, and po- lice report no new leads. YDs To Seek Support For Ultimatum to Lindley The Student Needs Committee of the North Texas Young Democrats requested Wednesday that their Executive Council recommend that the club...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1969

' 2—TMi CAMPUS CHAT Friday, Nov«mb«r 14,1969 The Campus Chat 52nd Y«or North Turn Stat* University Danton, Taxot ALL AMERICAN and PACEMAKER NEWSPAPER CHERYL SNAPKA Editor TOM KELLEY Business Manager Kditorial statements of the Campus Chat and readers' letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and not necessarily that of the Campus Chat, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration Everybody's Rights Power Scramble Has Many Sides Who controls North Texas? It appears to some, in view of recent events, that many factions would like to—David Lent, Vice-President William C. Lindley, the USNT, YDs. NAACP, the Yucca and the Chat. David Lent's Everybody's Day dream did not have university approval or sponsorship, nor did his earlier sensitivity demonstration in the park. Maybe, just maybe, if steps had been taken to acquire this administra- tive approval beforehand, E-day might have become a reality after all. Mr. Lindley, vice-president for student affairs, was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1969

f f Friday, November 14, 1969 PAGI 3—THE CAMPUS CHAT O * ) 4 > I % > • * ,t ■ • ♦ I % 4 • i « A i A 0 * 4 * A * V ' « I « A • Alum To View Play For First Time Here Ransom Jeffery, an NT ex-student, will see his award-winning drama produced lor the first time when the University Players present "The Guest" Tuesday through next Saturday at H p.m. in the University Theater. Jeffery. who won a $2,000 prize for his drama in script from the American Na- tional Theater Academy, is a native of Denton and a graduate of NT. The adult drama centers around a fam- ily ot today and its particular problems. The cast includes Gini Ellet, Hurst jun- ior: Barbara Jarvis, Dallas freshman; Liick Ferguson, Dallas sophomore; and I'eter Welter, Austin senior. Dr E Robert Black of the speech and drama faculty, director of the plav, said. Not only is North Texas producing the play for the first time anywhere, but the play as a piece of literature has been rec- ognized by the leading playwriting con- t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1969

! PA0I4—THI CAMPUS CHAT Friday, Nov«mb«r 14, 1969 NCAA Notes DALLAS (APt — Cotton Bowl officials said Tuesday they were taking all pre- cautions to keep from violating any rules in their hunt for a visiting team for the New Year's Day classic. The Cotton Bowl and other post-season bowl games, have received directives from the National Collegiate Athletic As- sociation. underlining regulations con- cerning talking business with a prospec- tive team until Monday. Nov. 18—the first day any offers can be made. Track Team Runs Fourth The North Texas cross-country team finished fourth in the Missouri Valley Conference championship meet iast Sat- urday in Wichita, Kan Cincinnati took top honors with 34 points, while the defending champion and this year's favorite, Drake, finished sec- ond with 50. Wichita was third with 73, and the Eagles netted 91 points for their fourth place finish. One point is given for each placing—one for first, two for second, etc, up to five places. JOVE GOMEZ was...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1969

if ♦ • U t - * M i ^Bl U k* [. ' > - \* \d 4 * 4 4 I I ► * I • > I < ' * > f ( ft > % « it * f 1 Friday, November 14, 1969 PAGE 5—THE CAMPUS CHAT Road Racing In Texas: Can-Am '69 By H. E. WILLIAMS Sports Editor Two weeks ago. ears of unusual design, drivers with foreign accents and mechan- ics with strange metric tools began to trickle into Bryan College Station. Until two weeks ago, the area was known only for Texas A&M On Sunday it came to have a new meaning for motor sport fans in Dallas. Denver. Dover and Duluth Texas International Speedway, a $6-mil- lion track located eight miles south of Bryan, opened to a crowd of about 25.000 as big name, big-money road racing took the green flag for the first time in Texas. The event was the eleventh and final race of the 1969 Canadian American Challenge Cup Series. T1S joined such courses as Watkins Glen, Bridgehampton and La- guna Seca as the places to be for Can-Am '69, the richest road race series ever THE COURSE its...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 November 1969

PAGE 6—THC CAMPUS CHAT Eyecatcher This week's Eyecatcher is Hous- ton freshman Janis Jones. Miss Jones, a drama major, lists her hobbies as singing, dancing, painting and collecting daisies. — Photos by H. E. Williams ' :v;*: ■r Friday, November 14, 1969 Student Participation Up; McLaughlin Urges More By BEN POSTON Chat Reporter Among the goals Dr. John J. Kamerick set when he assumed office as president was an increase in student participation in the university's operation and future planning. Since then, students have been placed on eight committees. These committees are Recreational and Leisure Facilities Committee, Space Planning Committee. Committee on Student Conduct, Univer- sity Store Advisory Board, Committee to Study Admission Charges to Students (University Facilities), Ad Hoc Commit- tee on Disciplinary Review, the Fresh- man Orientation Committee, and the Committee to Establish a Code of Student Conduct. Committees on which students were al- ready serving were Campus Cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1969

« I ft f I • • I <1 « I * * ♦ o ! 4 Should Sororities Be Allowed Off-Campus Housing? A 53 per cent majority of students questioned in a Chat Campus Consensus feel that either sororities should not be given off-campus housing or that inde- pendents should be given the same privi- lege if the sorority request is granted. Last week, the Office of Women s Af- fairs announced a request from a group of alumnae asking for sorority off-campus housing. If approved, the sororities would be housed in an off-campus apartment com- plex. The College Inn. 200 Ave. D, has been suggested for the complex. Coeds living under such an arrange- Campus Consensus • ^mam * ment would be subject to all university housing regulations. In an effort to sample campus opinion on the issue, the Chat asked students, Do you think that sororities should be given off-campus housing?" The results were: In favor: Yes 35% Opposed: No 21 % Not unless all coeds are allowed equiva- lent housing 32% No Opinion: 12% Some t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1969

;i.r, ;.,;n - PAGE 2—THE CAMPUS CHAT - W dn«day, Nov«mb#r 19, 1969 I 1 if | ?! , CHAT FORUM Chat Forum is designed to give our readers some of that "equal time." The Chat always welcomes letters, whether they praise us, pan us or kick us when we're down—and we will print them, too. Letters to Chat Forum must be signed; however, the writer's name will be withheld on request tor sufficient reason. Letters are edited for length and to omit obscenity or libelous material only. Writer Seeks Relevancy; Sends Letter for First Time From James O. Burch, 14226 Heritage Circle, Apt. 109, Farmers Branch: 1 write in response to Cheryl Snapka's editorial in the Nov. 12 Chat. Two thoughts in her editorial provoke this let- ter: First, the title. "Silent Majority Must Be Happy," and second, her admiration for the marchers, to wit, "at least these marchers see a problem (or problems) and attempt to do something about it. " 1 think 1 represent the type of individual who would tit into Cheryl's idea o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1969

1 li .J * 4 # iI .> V r * a 4 «I * .« Ik 4 ♦ • fl * 1 4 I 4 * * t * Wednesday, November 19, 1969 Firm Shows Film Festival On Campus A film "The Plymouth Campus Film Festival" will be shown tonight at 7:30 in the auditorium of the Business Adminis- tration Building. The "Festival "a 90-minute film show- ing segments of unusual award-winning films. is free to the public. Some of the films being shown are "Pop Show, a psychedelic auditory comment on the segment of society called The Scene, and "Why Man Creates," a com- mentary on the beginnings of man and why he strives for accomplishment. All that is asked by the sponsors, Chrysler Corporation, is for those attend- ing to fill out a short critique card before you leave," said Don Prather, campus representative for National Student Marketing, the distributor of the film. Also. I am going to need help with the cards." said Prather. Those who want to help can reach Prather at Kerr Hall, Room 51HB or phone 387-9710. |l!llll!lllll!IIHII...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1969

Week Wednetday, November 19, 1969 By GEORGE FOSTER Chat Reporter Tech Wins Volleyball Invitational The Texas Tech volleyball team won the North Texas Invitational Tournament last weekend. The Tech team defeated one of the teams from Lamar Tech in the finals by scores of 15-9 and 15-7. North Texas defeated the University of Texas in the opening round of the tourna- ment. 15-8 and 15-2. The NT team defeated the other Lamar Tech team in the quar- terfinals, 15-1 and 15-8. They lost to Tech in the semifinals. 15-13, 11-15 and 15-10. Southwest Texas State University won the consolation bracket by defeating Bay- lor in the finals, 15-6 and 15-6. Kappa Alpha Ace Four league champions already have been decided as intramural football en- ters its final week. Kappa Alpha, who has lost only one fraternity game in three years, won its second straight Fraternity League "B" championship with a 6-0 win over Delta Epsilon, Nov. 10. Kappa Alpha, sporting a 6-0 record, re- mains one of two unbeaten t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1969

Wednesday, November 19,1969 PAGE S—THE CAMPUS CHAT d * i ■ t • ' • * . i ft • « A \ ft « 4 > ♦ • ► 1 4 > 4 / M • 4 9 + 9f ' \ Defensive end Cedric Hardman (80) spent almost as much time in the Tulsa backfield as starting quarterback Rick this Arrington pass and Hardman picked it off for the third Eagle score of the afternoon. Hardman Hard on Hurricane Arrington (5). Glenn Tucker (76) blocked —Sequence photos by Don Koberson. . Nine tackles, three assists and one in- terception, good for a touchdown, were registered by Eagle defensive end Cedric Hardman as the Mean Green won over the Tulsa Hurricane 42-16. Hardman's glittering performance stood out on ari Eagle team that managed to put together its finest game of the sea- son. Coach Rod Rust said, "From an exe- cution standpoint, we played our best game of the year. We beat potentially a very good team." The Mean Green socked it to Tulsa early in the game by scoring three touch- downs in the first quarter. The first came with 9...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 November 1969

PAGE 6—THE CAMPUS CHAT Around the Campus Missionary To Talk On Biafrans' Plight An Irish missionary, FATHER JOSEPH M. McHUGH, who has served in Biafra for the past nine years, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the United Center, 1501 Maple St. Father McHugh will also show a film Sunday to inform students about the cur- rent Biafrans' plight. He will also talk about plans to alleviate the suffering in this African country, formerly the east- ern region of Nigeria. He's one of the most noted speakers to appear in this area for a long time." said Harry Kocurek, Newman Club presi- dent Father McHugh, who is in this country under the auspices of the Catholic Relief Services, was in the United States from October. 1*968, to March, 1969, telling the public about Biafra's crisis. The result of his efforts was the acquisition of 100 tons of maize seeds from the Catholic Relief Services. He sent the seeds to Biafra to help increase the amount of locally-grown food. ... GENE PHILLEY, Denton se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 November 1969

Inside Goose Cooked for Thanksgiving —Pago 2 Eagles Proparo for Last Game —Pago 5 The Campus Chat 53RD YEAR NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1969 NO 19 t Judges Name 13 Coeds As '70 Yucca Beauties Lucky Thirteen The winners of the 1970 Yucca Beauty Contest are: (seated, left to right) Randy Slack, Shirley Lumpkin, Jacqueline Evans, Jacquelyn Mauldin, Alicia Merchant and Karen Costin. Standing left to right are Kathy Mc- Donald, Sally Miller, Phyllis George, Linda Hilson, June Birkelbach, Debbie Neal and Kim Smith. By KARA LEE SELMAN Chat Reporter The 1970 Yucca Beauties have finally been selected after controversy delayed the judging. A three way tie in the final voting Tues- day night resulted in the selection of 13 beauties this year instead of the usual 12 This year's Yucca Beauties (in alpha- betical order> are June Birkelbach, Georgetown senior majoring in speech, sponsored by Angel Flight. Karen Costin, Sweetwater sophomore majoring in home e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 November 1969

m. , PAGI* TM1 CAMPUS CHAT Friday, Nov«mb«r 21, 1969 SlnW Ymi The Campus Chat Noith 1*«m Slot# U«iv «*l y Al l. AMblHH'AN n ml I'M'KM VKKH NKWSI'AI'KR Danlon, Taaot CHKRYL SNAPKA Kdilur !± a ymm; I TOM KELLEY Business Manager Kdiloruil statements of the Campus Chat and readers letters reflect the opinion of the individual writer and iiki necessarily that of the Campus Chat, its adviser or the North Texas State University Administration. Moratorium Antics Division Here Defeats Peace Tlio sign, waving from the young counter-protester's hands, read Escalate. Not Negotiate." The words summed up the activities of Mor- atorium No. 2. This particular poster was part of the regalia assembled by the Univer- sity of Piano chapter of Young Americans for Freedom i YAF) for their demonstration Saturday at Lee Park in Dallas. Around 50 YAF members marched with American flags borrowed from the Piano Veterans of For- eign Wars and confronted peace demonstrators in the park. A half-nation away, abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 November 1969

Friday, November 21, 1969 > « * SAC Plans Activities, Discusses Marquee I Some sort of permanent marquee near the Union Building may inform students of campus activities in the future. The idea was discussed as a possible proposal to the university in Wednesday's 0IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1 Campus Calendar TODAY B p.m.—District volleyball tournament, Women's Gym. 8:16 p.m.—Mu Phi Epnilon, profeesional music sorority, recital, Munic Recital Hsll. MONDAY 7:80 p.m.—Inter-Varsity meets, UB. 8:16 p.m.—Graduate violin recital by Alice Oglesby, Music Recital Hall. TUESDAY 4:00 p.m.—Dr. P. C. Jones npcaks on "Allyl Lithium Adducts from Butadiene," Room 101, Biology Building. 8:16 p.m.—Graduate piano recital by Robert Blocker, Music Recital Hall. WEDNESDAY Noon—Classes adjourned for Thanksgiving vaca- tion. MONDAY, DEC. 1 R a.m.—Classes begin again. fi-7:30 p.m.—Free nlRHbra review course, Room 320, Physics-Math Building. TUESDAY, DEC. 2 6-7:30 p.m.—Free algebra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 November 1969

4—THE CAMPUS CHAT ¥-'v> '* «■,. ■. m ■' ■■■ ' Friday, N«v mb«f 21,1969 The Fii W: ■ Line Miss-Firing Line B. 1. WlllUma 88-12 (.741) Kaith Shalton 13-8 (.721) George Klynn 32-18 (.078) Tarry Kelly 38-12 (.742) Tom Keltey 34-18 (.721) GAMES Cheryl Snapka 18-6 (.721) Harriet Garry 12-8 (.888) Soe Pettlt 18-8 (.721) Nancy Kemplin 18-8 (.781) Brefida Johnston 18-8 (.721) San Dlago by 10 North Texas by 1 San Dieso by 7 San Diego by 14 San Diego by 12 NORTH TEXAS STATE VS. SAN DIEGO STATE San Diego by 12 North Texas by 8 San Diego by 2 San Diego by 8 San Diego by 21 Mamphla St. by 14 Memphis St. by 21 Memphis St. by 10 Memphis St. by 12 Memphis St. by 21 MEMPHIS STATE VS. LOUISVILLE Louisville by 3 Memphis St. by 21 Memphis St. by 8 Memphis St. by 7 Memphta St. by 12 Cincinnati by 3 Cincinnati by 4 Miami by 10 Miami by 1 Miami by 1£ CINCINNATI VS. MIAMI OP OHIO Cincinnati by 10 Miami by 10 Cincinnati by 5 Cincinnati by 8 Miami by 12 Tulsa by 14 Tulsa by 14 Tulsa by 14 Tulsa by 3 Tulsa ...

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